13 of the World’s Most Expensive Hotel Rooms

I love hotel living.

There’s just something about living somewhere in which you don’t have to clean up after yourself.

However, it’s never the forefront of my trip. The main focus on my trip is usually exploring a country I’ve never been to, shop, maybe try some food that I  don’t have back home.

That’s not the case for all people. Some folks have the means to spend so much that they never even have to leave their hotel rooms.

Here are some places that offer a bit more than just the ability to keep your room tidy (Note: Wi-fi is not included):

13.  The Presidential Suite, Intercontinental, Hong Kong ($13,715 a night)

Intercontinental Hong Kong (3)
Intercontinental Hong Kong (2)

12. The Cove Suite, Park Hyatt, Sydney ($16,000 a night)

Park Hyatt Sydney (2)
Park Hyatt Sydney ($16,000)

11. Royal Suite, Burj al Arab, Dubai ($19,000 a night)

Burj al Arab (3)
Burj al Arab

10. Beverly Wilshire, California ($20,000 a night)

Beverly Wilshire
Beverly Wilshire (2)

9. The St. Regis Villa, St Regis Mauritius Hotel, Mauritius ($30,000 a night)

The St. Regis Villa
The St. Regis Villa (2)

8. The Royal Bridge Suite, Atlantis, the Palm Hotel, Dubai ($35,000 a night)

Bridge Suite Room 2 0002

7. St. Regis Saddiyat Island Resort, Abu Dhabi ($35,000 a night)

St Regis Abu Dhabi
St Regis Abu Dhabi 2

6. Presidential Suite, St Regis Hotel, New York ($35,000 a night)

St Regis New York
Presidential Suite St Regis New York

5. Penthouse Suite, Hotel Martinez, Cannes, France ($37,500 a night)


4. Sky Villa, Palms Resort, Las Vegas ($40,000 a night)

Sky Villa Vegas
Sky Villa Vegas 2

3. Ty Warner Penthouse Suite, Four Seasons, New York ($45,000 a night)

Ty Warner Penthouse Suite 2

Ty Warner Penthouse Suite

2. The Presidential Suite, The Raj Palace Hotel, Jaipur, India ($60,000 a night)


1. Royal Penthouse Suite, Hotel President Wilson, Geneva ($83,200 a night)

Wilson Hotel Geneva 2

Wilson Hotel Geneva


An adventurous traveller who simply wants to explore this incredible world we call our home. Originally from the States, she has recently moved to Sydney to enjoy the golden sandy beaches and friendly culture of the great Land Down Under.

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